Monday, May 25, 2009

A Typical Day in San Francisco

I was exploring around the city today with Bunny and we went (for my first time) to the concourse of the Golden Gate Bridge. It was a bit foggy so of course part of the bridge is hidden, but I've come to expect that most days in the city. Also, due to my now "very nice looking camera" (as quoted by random guy #1) I was asked to take photos of tourists with their cameras - I hope I preserved their memories well. After the bridge, Bunny and I wandered around the Palace of Fine Arts and were warmed by the sun peeking out over the dome. As we were leaving the Palace, we were flagged down by a group of people whose car had died and were desperate for a jump. They called me "their angel" and were really happy that I had the cables and was willing to stop for them - I was glad to pass on the acts of random kindness. Tonight Bunny & I saw "Night at the Museum: Battle at the Smithsonian" and while I'm not sure if it was better than the original, it was definitely an enjoyable movie... I don't think it's doing too well in the box office however, there were less than 10 people in the theater for the late showing (I hope it was simply because it was a later showing and parents brought their kids in earlier). At any rate - we had fun. So my extended vacation ends and I have to work tomorrow - but it should be fine, I'm sure there's lots to catch up on.

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